a-fictional-vaudeville asked: Hello Mr. Gaiman, over the Holidays, I was gifted with a signed copy of Stardust. I was elated about it, and started reading the book that night. When a friend found out that I was reading a very expensive version of the story with your signature inside of it, he was less than pleased, saying that it was a display piece, and that I should be reading a "regular" copy of the book. I believe that books are meant to be read, regardless of autographs. What are your thoughts?

I think books are meant to be read. 

  1. thedeliriousonceler said: Books are meant to be read, they aren’t however made for display. They are books. They are for anyone, regardless of it’s cover. They are meant to help people see and know. They are meant to help you grow.
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